The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL) is the federation of four multi-national producers of steel for packaging.
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A survey conducted by Uppia in France during 2020 has found that the number of 18- to 35-year-olds buying canned food has rebounded after years of decline. And not only are young people buying more canned food, they also consume it more regularly. But rather than the sustainability advantages of metal packaging, the increase is driven by convenience and practicality. Communicating the environmental benefits of steel remains a challenge, but it is one that professional organisations such as Uppia are taking on in cooperation with ArcelorMittal and other industry players.
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Crown Food Europe is one of Europe’s leading producers of packaging solutions for food. The company has recently published a whitepaper which outlines how steel and other metals can help to reduce the social and environmental costs of food waste. Crown believes that involving steelmakers such as ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products earlier in the design process can help to create innovative packaging solutions which are attractive to consumers and easier for them to use while minimising costs for canmakers and fillers. And encouraging consumers to choose steel packaging is one of the best ways to make a positive impact on food waste.
This month, ArcelorMittal was supposed to participate in MetPack, the most important global meeting place for the international metal packaging industry. As the event is now delayed to May 2023, let's review in the meantime 5 good reasons why steel food cans are the best alternative for a sustainable, resilient, and environmentally friendly food system.
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